Sure sounds good!
Some carbon panels (hood, fenders, roof, trunk). Drop a few pounds, add a cage. Would be a track monster
I wonder if it will be able to not overheat unlike the Z06, last couple gt500s.
Looks to be amazing. Cars are so great right now
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1969 Camaro SS 396- 396, M21 4 sp manuel, usual goodies
14 Grand Cherokee Limited 5.7 17 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring
Old: 335xi, E320, Accord, WK, TJ, ZJ 5.9, Camaro, Prius
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Talked to a good friend of mine who has a pretty cool bunch of cars already and will be putting a deposit down on one as soon as he can. He does a TON of business with a particular "mom and pop" Ford dealer here local so i'm going to assume there will be no dealer add-on either. Unfortunately it's going to be a garage queen for the most part but that's just how he is. He did say I could drive it though.
'14 F-150 FX4 (bread and butter)
'11 GTI (wifeys)
'13 MIATA (dumb modified weekend thrasher)
Interesting facts in this Topspeed article. More downforce than a Ford GT! No flat-plane crank?
That said, that GT500 sounds every bit as beastly as the GT350. The sound differences are shockingly small.